The Wildlife Interest Group of the American Society of International Law annually convenes the International Wildlife Law Conference (IWLC) in
Washington, DC at American University's Washington College of Law. The purpose of the conference is to bring together participants from throughout
the world in an ongoing colloquy about the role of international law and legal institutions in furthering the goal of species conservation and protection
of the Earth's biological diversity. The conference takes place on one day and utilizes a three panel format.
The conference's coordinator is ASIL-WIG's Co-Chair, Wil Burns.